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Man, I'm confused.



Can someone give me a

little guidence...


There are too many to choose from.



I have a Comcast HD Cable box


Panny 800U TV


Sony Blue Ray player


And the Ht-S6100 with all 7 speakers connected


All connected with HDMI cables.


What are the best settings for


TV

Radio

BlueRay, DVD, CD


Thanks in advance



Jim
 

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There is no such thing as a "best" setting. It whatever sounds best to you.


I just use whatever signal is being sent to the receiver from the device.


Blu Ray movies will either send a TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus or DTS-HD signal to your receiver depending on the movie. The receiver should automatically detect that signal.


DVD movies either send a Dolby Digital or DTS signal depending which one you select (or is available) in the audio options for the movie.


If you have a HD satellite box it will automatically send a Dolby Digital signal for the HD channels. For non HD channels its generally a two channel stereo mix and you can choose whatever sound mode sounds best to you. Dolby PLIIx movie or music is what I use.


Radio and CD are just two channel sources. You can apply All Channel Stereo or one of the other sound modes if you wish.
 

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If you set it up properly it will. You also have to make sure you set up your Blu Ray, DVD and Comcast HD box properly. You'll have to read the manuals for that.
 
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